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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 February 1880

THE FALLIANG YEARS. The years have blown backward like leaves Grown fade(ld :ndi old; The'y drift into gloollm as life weaves New buds to unl'fol; They lie in the track of the past, They are caught by the whirling blast Into gyres which vanishl fast While the heart grows cold. Oh, there'si never a sweet spring-tide Can blosom agalin; And the prs'ver which is most denied To the sons o)f men Is a cry lbr the yeares that are fled, A prayer for the hoples thal:t are dead, For spring flowers when the leaves are red, And the prayer is vain. There are fruits of anolher year, lBut the blight is there; And the season h:Las lost its cheer And is 11o more fair; The sons of m1en have prayed in vain, Through the winter's dtrelary, fitllt l rain, For the spring which will not come again, And the world is bare. All things with the vears pass on And are swept aside; There'll be flowers when we are gone, And hopes when ours have died. But who shall say in eternity There sehall not an endless season ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 February 1880

HELENA IPROIBIUCE MARKET. tlie past xcek:, Ia;iscdl oil aiail -ales Flour- (hoice WVi IloW ('reek -2.1 $2.75; XXX. 42.50; XX$2.20. Winat. 4.~2o. Oatts-$I1.40. Bat Icy-bblrc ·vt t --$l.·;ºl) Brau :aind Shorts-,S1.10. Peans-$1 .25. Chopped 101 [-$1.33. Pot atocs-51.1)0. Cabbagc-2 ednts ! lb. Oniiiouis-4 c(ks V lb. Butter-10@l45c. Chuees-IO-1)22c. Egg' -00ct. Pork-' r os-S 7 .OO. Pork--nuet-47.00. Chickens, 4x.00) ie.r sloz. 'liurkt}'s-43.50 ),:.$S.O each'`, Fislh-25e. pei lb. flay- 1t.4a4a « l2.OO pro ton. WVoihiI-$.l.i)0),,12dj.ii0 per cord, Coke-$J2.0i) per toi. BUTTE PIODUCE MARKET. Tihe iiglo~wiii Ii iurc.s role the nuiorket,. of the Silver ('iix lii i- Illllillg ifloii- -be.a-I 3 00 BnkVr'Itcs t-SII. %Vheur -51.75. Oa t--$2.00. Bran and~l Shlort,--2.ik) Birlkey-2. 10 13cm 15--(k. SI·1·t-n. .-52.; O.) Buatter- 40(r,) 5 U Ile. cl regs-tI~c. CI ieee-la G1 Ise. Chickens, $7.4t4@$. ii. Ducks, .. $12.t)0. Onion~s-4@13i. Beets -42' 50. Hay-$ IS. 00ý$2La 300 per lout. Lihuntl~er-iou ilc-...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 February 1880

GENERAL NE[WS. A San i r' ul -tco tclegeramn of l'tebril ry j21 ,.:1_ A dispatth itr'oI 1 ollister s y s: dialt th t ",newspa r war (ii e 11 t:h1is l1iorii biy the tattl ,hIooiiiog of S. It. ..ttl11nret, editor of the Eterprise, b;y (C. 1V, (.;:rliton editor of 1he( Telegraph. 'hits nornin.'s issuit t of the U'ele/rallt h i:l , l l rnu in l1ett a h! rll thi llf. AtI 10 o lock l l im nitt mIet ('.ltoll o the coa it ho se stops a1i1 it d hl int why i * l ul' u li i i d thwt tel h: .titn! llui. \l ithou t hII lit.i l (It tl o I :(ll rew itol a:d1 h .t l 'u i:t1 l, the i ai l wi.ie ]ltinl hi IV Mt i h tw,'l t h t ,e ti yt:s. i1 e fi ll 1 i lhi 'ir;t 14. I lh , till lii g hos but (', n -ot li\.le (_': titonl is In it,,t.l Iup. A tit. Lou tl -putt 'ih of tie 1211t1 is:i 1tI fI lto tii'il ot t 'haNi;. e tu hi:: t 11t :1 al i : .i 2,,"i00 iilt neY 1I II 300 h(.'i th.i Ch: it io l itr : t u v tri oof l oI t!; of I) br t,`, t ol , ti ll , ;ui lll, i lle b e e f, bread attt othter l'r ti'ti: w...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 February 1880

AN unlucky personi replied, on beinlg ask ed what he cleared on a certain speeulation, "Nothing but my pockets." JUviNreILE, " Mother says will you give her change fir a dollar. She'll send the dollar in to-morrow." WHY a door n1il is any more ldead than a door must be because it has been hit on the head. FRANKLIN s'51ys that rich widolws are the only second-hand goods that sell at prime Cost. LITERARY ITEMS. Readers of standard b)ooks will be pleas ed to notice the great p)rogress of "''The lit erary revolution " which is being put:hed lby the American ltook Exchlange. New 'Yfok. Among their books just issued, or ,:erly ready, are a very neat edition of the Koran of Mohammnled, complete. 35 cents; MaI:ii lay's EnIglaund in three volumes, 1.50 ; M il ton's Poetical Works, complete. 50 cents; in the Acme Library of Biography, 12 vol umes formerly published at $1.25 ea:lh now brought into ole volunme for lifly cents ; in Modern Classics, Vicar of Wakefield, I,:tsse las, Piecola, Paul ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

gtor i1 £unnta inn usbdndmdn. Eit ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Home Reading and General News. 1 PICOPY. VOL. 5. WHITE SULPIIHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, FEBRUARY 26, 1880. No. 15. k'UJLI.il EI) EVEINRY TIIUIIP,.)AY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. StTHERLIN, Associato Editor Ilie !tooK) " 1o.IoCNTAIN IICSIANDMAN is designed 4o be, is thie mloLet indicates, a hllbl:tul(t: ii. every eiIse.tf Phie ,01-nm, eimbracing i1 its co)m. IIis every department ol Agriculture, itock-rai:ii:.g, Ilorti ultur,. Soi:al and I lo llestic Ecopolno iv. AI) V ETIISING RATES. iw.o;k $ $ $ 7 $ $ 811I 20 $ 30 weeks 3 4 7 10 2 i 2 4 I month 5 12 15 19 1 0 60 i' m!nths. 1 1t6 24 J 0 o b :' 4 80 120 imolnlhO ls .2 t 43 5t4 I I 120 200 't year 0 00. 75 I 0I 10) I 180 250 Transient :ulvertistiseents pIaiilI.P in advance. Itegnlat:r tl veirtisemeLits Ipayable u'ill terlly. Twenty-live per cent. atddted for pec4.:; I advertise. rellis. ui)hmittancee by registered letter, Iost-oflikce ord...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Assistant Editor. THURSI)AY, FERRUARY 26, 1880. THERE ARE. a nunuber of imlportant sub jects that should come before the stock growers' meeting next week. An earnest protest should be made against tile proposed change in the public land law which the moneyed interest of the east is marshaling its strenlgth to push through Congress whenever anl opportune moment. may present itsel;, and a copy of whatever resolutions may be adopted should be tele graphed to our Delegate in Congress. Another matter of moment is to protest against allowing Idi:ans to scatter through the country iiliscrimin:ately. The loss to stockmen from the friendly Indians is great er than froln hostiles, and an earnest and united effort should be made to have them confiterdto their reservations. Cattle-rais ers and wool-growers alike lose by the year ly wanderings of the Flatlheads and Ban i-acks, and some plan should be devised wlhereby a concert of action would be taken by...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

LOCAL NIEWS. DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. stated Conlruniti tiolns held attheir Hlall, in Dialnoid City, on the second Saturday of each month. Sojourning brothers are coidially invited to attend., II L. KEENE, Wi . M. , I!kCKsICR, Secretary, ItEIIGIOUS. I will hold services at the following places dur ilt and 3d SlI)bath, DeI) creek, morning and e21 ual 4th Sabbaths, Duck creek, morning and evening. tvl os for ~ervices-11 o'clok, a. ni., and 7 p. m Al ,ointmlents will not be changed during tIis con Icrnce eCr.CCenterville, Meagiher C(o. Montana. O();R con it y tathiers colnvene Monday Oxt. S 'r'Iitl., is some probability of scholol eonlncuc'ing within a fw!'t\" weeks. T'I'Hili will be coiisiileratlle tarming done qo the Mussclshell the cominlg summer. As 'rllt weather grows more favorable, signs of industry are apparent on every aide. ''Tu, mining season at Diamond promises to be more lively the ceming summer than last. Oin ranchmen are looking torward to anll early spr...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

h fairy. '!'HE large demand and good prices re ceived for dairy products this winter should. we think, greatly stimulate the in dustry the coming summer. It should at any rate awaken enough interest to insure the prodtluction of enoughl for home con sumption. It has been necessary to bring in larzge quantities of butter this winter from abroad. The major portiion of the impolrted article has comle from Utahl. though durinm the sm111imerl season thele Was considerable "western reserve,"' ()iO butter sold in northern Montana and some of this even folnldll its way into the Ilelethna market. We have nothing to ure eaminsi the shipmelnt of the products of other stales a nd territories to make up the dtleiciency of our honme prodtuct, but it does ýeem to us in a great cattle country like Montalna--:a country that Ias no sulprior on earth for facilities for dairyizir-tlhat we ought to (be' able to supply the demand at home at such figures that mnerchants cannot a:lord to 1eal I in that man...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

A ROk1YAI .L: E. ,ýoo the1 fine old 0 iitg'. that reign l ;l) ll!l l l l iiiii i lii p l ll\(, i' I, i ,lt,]r s oP e wii, h i iti but a iS iiillt don lin, lutl, m k.l lyon, it is all his own . And t 1u ,1gh I lli"n' hi= il- I'i fi tlowers i N. pttilck Ir wave, its wingai llingi, Frolm all til Ie I.rillSanl ca( mno t iny cii "g. n sd her, in rl al lOnle) 1to1 ther to m li;. Inut brown court at !ni. t mUl m[ lll'rn, rthebroz'nd iciehl 1:hllac w onf the nl-w, The Chancellor of wheat :n d oi1rn. "'The keteper fl" the ( hn uc k , Shodistres far tIhe mikiee-st in l, And Ii 1 h igh', of the iingin;" A ye, Tile lhr l:d.s of the t ne'ilirg lh l. ille L:die., 1f the New-ImarI n hlat , The Mm, of 11-C Suipade ml l lh,e, rne Min -tr'l of th ,',loriou,. lay, ul ntl while on trolhe l nt roll, lo witns for littlhe inpirl.n sa0 Che brolllly uonds for sllnnler wear are t .oolr , l nti c ar .,try ! hlis God. FASHIONS. li're ae 1.1,000 tne te, ill ahe niw il-e yhe llte shae iroaes a avenll Oilittl :in...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. II ELENA, Feb. 1Ii, 1880. The following are tIle ruling prices for the past week, based on actual sales: Flour-- Choice Willow creek - $2.70@ $2.75; XXX, $2.50 ; XX $2.20. Wheat-.-l.25. Oats-$1.40. BHaley--b rwecrs-$1.50. Bran and Shorts-$1.10. Peas--$1.25. Chopped tced-$-1.35. Potatoes-$1.00. Cabbagc-2 crents ` lb. Onions-4 cents ` lb. Butter-40@15c. Cheese--19(022c. Eggsr--60c. Pork-gros-s-$7.00. Pork-nct-$7.0). Chickens, $1.00 1per doz. 'Turkeys-$2.50@$5.00 each.:; Ducks-Se0S. Fishl-25c. per lb. lIlay-.$10.00@$12.00 per ton. Wood-$5.00®$5.50 per cord. Coal-$12.).( per ton. Coke-$12.00 per tonl. -UTTE PRODUCE MARKET. BIUrfTE, Feh. 1-, 1880. The following figures rule the markets ol the Silver City this morning : Flour-lsest-$3.00. Graham--$3.25. Buck w heat-$0.00. Corn rteal-- ontan a--$G.00@$800. Wheat,-$1.75. Oats--$2.00. Bran and Shorts-2.50. Barley-2.50. Beans--6c. Pottstoes-$2.50. Butter-40@.50c. Eggs--60c. Clreese-16 18c. Bacon-Moirann--1 2@15c Baco n-...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

• -.---. .-. QUESTIONS---ANSW RS. s "-. g, Wat'sont, Lontana, after ordering tha ~c lyus: A, says: As Idesire set- de, tig I.a °.onta..a and expect to visit Melcagh- tith rcinty, and in the meantime look for 11 other ftailies, I wish you would inform me, tel throtig your columns, what steps I would hre to ttke to secure unoccupied lands for others to locate upon, and hold them until their arrival? Does it require $1.25 per -cre in adcance under the pre-emption law? be Answer.-Ve know of no lawful means of that nlay be taken to locate public lands for so your frinclds who have not arrived in the at territory. Your best way to proceed will be to take a look at the country and select st the locations for your friends, and imnuedi ately conllnultnce impllrovemlients. It is not usual for persons to interlere \where land has been staked out an(l improvements are be ing made. After beginning the improve ments the parties intending to occupy the it land will have thirty days in which to fil...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 February 1880

A RICH THING ABOUT EDITORS. " Etiiors are usually wealthy," the man with the sample case remarked. " Yes," I s-aid, " they are fauiliair with all the slang and business phrases of the money market; they write about millions as orli nary men talk about. dollars; hey build railroads, they organize mining and magnif icenlt trallsportlation conlpalis with ithbi - lons capital; they tlecl:hre wair withiout con sulting the ltothschlihls. 1m10 if all the banks in Aiimeric: were to ti iot-moitrrvw , tlhey wouldn'lt he a c'eilt pour()(er t'l ill y lare tOI day' Yes, they are rich. T'hey ass;ci: c with the, mo:ieyed clases: Ihey l . it down :it tables with ki.gSs, aitl s.mithnes. ini h:lp pier, ltuckier l'tonileit.s. withi ell e ie ' Vii want to borrow motoey. ., i2 tih. lit e ilr, i., will tulrn to his : dverutii.i coulliitn lllit a I, ' you vwhtre you ltn horrow it. It y(iI hl', money to loan, rathui lltn -ee yt sullet I will harrow it of -ll intelf'. lfi,.h! lh knot\s the se'rets u' ithe 1...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

&ii1j Bonn fain_9nsI¶zman.+ 4 i tl A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Home Reading and General News. iPER SINLE COPY. VOL. 5. W IITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, MARCllC 4, 1880. No. 16. rta:, I1-i:1) E AI * 'T HURSDAYt BY r(. r~ SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. S£. iTiE LIN, Associate Editor Thle 1t~c':K JIot'.TAalN IIOIISIANI) NIA N is 1lSiSgllrll lise l' the t .lrln, 2', mlhot tcltlncnt of griAulk; tt, itjll-raiuin., I loerti w C~-_--, w' 1 week b 3 4 7 10 I 10 IweeCks r 8 12 15 I 1!)0 21 4-0I 4 I month ~I) )() 1'I It 3 ) t '2 40 120 tf""Lmlht Im lb 24 "eltO .1 8 121) 0 4)a00) ' I >tO) I105 1ao 250 'transiCot amlvcrt i;CiOct' pav~0 -i, in advanlcC. taegnlitli Vultertitielt1 paLmtabto ,4u:11terlny Twenty-ttvC w)r (lcnt. addcdi for epee.;.tl :vrti11e lielnittances by registertced letter, potfic *rdcr or lramlt at our risk; but 11) at our cxpense. Any cOCe 'iltintl to receive his paper regularly gouldt notify us pIhomtly by postal card. A subscriber desiring to chan...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTIERLIN, Assistant Editor. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1880. A WASHINGToN dispatch of February 25th says that the President, in transmitting the report and draft of the bill submitted by the public land commissioners appointed March 3d, 1879, says: " The subject of the report and accompanying bill is of such importance that I respectfully commend it to the prompt and earnest consideration of Congress." This is surprising, ahuost startling, to think that in the face of the unanimous voice of the great West so freely and elabo rately expressed as it has been within the past three months, that the President of the United States, a man supposed to be very prudent in his actions and never acting without a thorough knowledge-one who, most of all others, should desire the pros ;perity of the masses, should turn a deaf ear .to the facts so glaringly spread before the -public, and go over to monopoly as he has ,thus done by his recommendation of the -consideration of ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

LOCAL NEWS. DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. SStated Communications held attheir Hall, in Diamond City, on the second Saturday 'of each month. Soourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. H L. KEENE, W. M. G. ECKER, Secretary. RELIGIOUS. t will hold services at the following places dur st and 3d Sabbaths, I)eep creek, morning and evening. 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Duck creek, morning and evening. Hours for services-11 o'clok, a. m., and 7 p. m. Appointments will not be changed Mdurg this con Jerence year.Centerville, Meagher Co. Montana. MARCH'S first days were rough. DON'T forget the St. Patrick ball at Dia mond City. WHIITE SULPIIUlt SeRIINGs has :L tip-top Skating rink. pAvi', your hides and pelts. A. J. D)avid son, of Helena, will buy them. T'ine Butterfiell Bros. are cutting on an average 200 fence polls per day. To the Judith and .Musselshell valleys "the Star of Empire takes its way." MAJ. II.GES is taking a leave of absence. Ills station is Fort Keogh, Montana. WA...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

FEEDING HORSES. A great diversity of opinion prevails as to the best method of feedling horses, and mis .takes,arefrequently made by neglecting to give suitable atteitioni to the matter. We have known farmers who were acclstomied to throw a lock of hay to their horses sever al titimes during the forenoor. or afternoon. and when not at at work the horses would he kept eating the whole day, eoisuming itmuch more hay on such days than they would re quire when at work. This practice can not lail to injure a horse serionuily, if conitiued any lentgth of timne. lor.ses are frequently injured by over feeding. A horme should no Illore have all the hay he can eat thaI a child should all thlle bread or fruit lihe can eat. Regularity and imodelr:;tion are ,.as im portant in the one case as in the other. Driving horses are sometines fed on cut straw an(d neal without any h:ti, or very little. This is good food for horses, as hlat been proved ill many instances. Some be lieve that six or eight q...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

SWORDS. Worids ate lighter than the cloud-flame Of the Iestics. oceaiin spray, Fainter lhan the trelllbli:ig shailow, 'That the iexCt hlour steals awiay; IY) the fill of stitttler ra i-drops Is the air as dieeply stirred; And the 1rise-leaf that we tread ont Will out-lie a word Yet on the dull silence breaking, \\ith i lightning flash, a word, Bearinetr enil, cs de-,tl ion In tile cruel to' es I he:ard. E:..larth caliii forge iio keeiuer 'velpon Ilealing suler deiath Iiind pa1in, And the imoiki g echo a!;is\elted Through lon:g ) ear, ag tin. I hive knlown one word hIlfg star-like O)'er a weary watieo of l e:lar, Altd it oily ,holine the brighter 1,ou.ked ai tlhrouglh a inist of tei's, aWhile a weary wi anlierer gft'heredl (ople and heart on life's dirk way, By its ft:lithful plromise shining Clearer, day hy day. I have known i spirit calmcr J':Than the Ii lmnest lake, anild cl'ear As the heaven that gazel upon it, With Ino wave of hope or' fear; Buit i storn halld swepIt across it, ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HELENA, March 1, 1880. The following are the ruling prices tor Mhe past week, based on actual sales: Flour- Choice Willow creek - $2.70@ $2.75; XXX, $2.50; XX$2.20. Wheat-.1.25, Oats-$1.40@1.50. Barley-brewers-$1.50@2.50. Bran and Shorts-$1.10. Peas-$1.25. Chopped teed-$1.35. Potatoes-$1.00. Cabbage-2 cents 'R lb. Onions--4 cents V lb. Butter-40@45c. V.heese-19 a22c. Eggs--40c. Pork-gross-$7.00. Pork-net-$7.00. Chickens, $6.00 per 1doz. 'I'urkeys-$2.50@$5.00 cac-h. O) cks-50e. Fish-25c. per lb. Ilay-$10.00@6$12.00 per ton. Wood--$5.00(@$5.50 per cord. 4Coal-$12.00 per ton. C'oke--$12.00 per ton. I-*--.ne BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. Bu'rriT, Feb. 28, 1880. T'he tollowing figures rule litei market. of the Silver City this miorling : Flour-best-$3.00. Graham--$3.25. Buck wheat-$9.00. Corn neal-- ont:.taa--$ .00($~,800. Wheat--$1.75. Oats-$2.00. Bran and Shorts--2.50. Barley-2.50. Beanls--o. Potatoes-$2.50S 2.75. Butter-40@45e. Eiggs-65c. Cheese-16@.l8c. Bacon-Moutana--...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

QUESTIONS---ANS-WERS. A Oswego. N. Y."-Very accept able. Thanks for the complinmnt. Your aes ih:s been entered upon our list. S.,T. iM., Central Park, Montana.-Our bscription rates are $4.00 per annum, and epper is cheap at that. At the begin ing we offered the paper to membera of he granges at $3.50 in advance, but the umber who responded were not sufficient o justify a continlance, and this offer was iscontinued at the expiration of the first six nonths. We would gladly reduce the rates fit was possible to do so and live, but uile it is necessary to entail the expense of sending a collecting agent out every year good paper, such as the ilUSBANDMAN, aniot be published in Montana for less ban $4.00 per annum. G. G., F'rankfort, Ind.-I want to know ll about your country, as there are parties ere thinking of emigrating to some poilt the West. What advantages does Mon na possess? Any information you can 've in regard to that part of the country 'ill be gladly received. Answer.-Montana ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 March 1880

DIAMOND SPRAYS. -The flower of tie Lminily is gen.,rally found ill a s:neqe. -''he \tv'es of ,( wonnn%'s utdzlkercltilI have wrecked many a man. -Good digestion will do a great deal more to keep a manl: straight thani golotl res olutions. -T'l'he kind wife who has a suilie f'or ier husband whlen he comes iTnto the house will tQ dtlrive hin to it salool to gt nil. -The poet who .i .i , "P'm sailing over 1he 1 I!i: knee deep'l," wa' ev\idntlty a tiln Ji ll;an, and afraid to venture' fthr Iro the ashore. -short skliria ue now 'V, w3i. 01 a ii:ln dresses, and the gA..tlletmtin .ire no 0onger obliged to vwauit for the ladies to imh-track their tr:ain lefore Ihey :in pals. ---Son. o one !Is ('halrgeil '1tn.:inyson willth pithgil::r<m. W e h..a1ve loi sulplet lctd tha:t the p. 1;Iirieate halt beien rei otiicliig tlhe to gitive poelns of the Siet Siinger of Michig.:n. -Ai exch:tnge tells of It young hlaly wiho. In writing to a colitlcntial i meud, stated that she was nott mg;ageit, hut t...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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